VIth Form Entry

Chigwell Prospectus Form 16+.pdf

Your application should be sent to:

Mr A Long Head of 6th Form
Chigwell School

High Road
Tel: 020 8501 5758
Fax:020 8501 6232

If you are offered a place, and you decide to accept it, an admission fee of £400 is payable, of which £150 will be deducted from the final account. This admission fee will secure your place at Chigwell. Please note this admission fee is non-refundable in the event the place is not taken, and a term's fee in lieu of notice will be charged.



A stepping stone to university

When completing the registration form the following information should please be recorded:

• The Examination Boards of the GCSE examinations.
• Candidates applying for Biology, Physics or Chemistry should supply details of the Board and indicate whether they will sit for dual award Science GCSE or for separate subjects.
• Candidates applying for History should indicate which period they are studying for GCSE.
• Candidates applying for Mathematics must be studying the higher tier of GCSE Mathematics.
• Candidates applying for Religious Studies should indicate which specification they are following.

 Subjects offered at A level at Chigwell:
Art and Design
Classical Civilisation
Design Technology
Drama & Theatre Studies
English Literature
Further Mathematics
Government & Politics
Physical Education
Religious Studies
For children born between 1st September 1999 and 31st August 2000
The completed Registration form, together with the Registration fee, should be sent to the Admissions Registrar.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday 10th November 2015.  Applications received after this time are very welcome but will only be considered for a fee paying place.
 All Sixth Form places are awarded on the basis of 2 examinations (2 of the chosen 4 AS level subjects), interviews and report from current school.
Candidates are expected to gain a minimum of 6 A* or A grades including their chosen AS level subjects.
We offer Academic, Music, Art and Drama Scholarships in the Sixth Form but candidates can apply for a fee paying place and/or one of the scholarship categories only. Those applying for a bursary will sit 2 academic papers in support of the application and therefore do not apply for one of the other scholarship categories as well.

The Chigwell Sixth Form is a vibrant part of the School where students gain a greater sense of responsibility, freedom and purpose. Most of our students study four AS subjects in the Lower Sixth and specialise in three of these in their second year of A level. Chigwell's A level results are impressive: in recent years >95% of Chigwellians have moved on to degree courses at university, or music and other specialist colleges, with 8% entering Oxford and Cambridge universities.
Students also have the opportunity to engage in other activities beyond their academic studies. Our Enrichment programme enables them to develop interests and opinions in a wide range of subjects from socio-political to the arts and pure sciences. Through the Duke of Edinburgh and Chigwell Award schemes students are encouraged to participate in activities such as voluntary service in the community, work experience, learning a new skill and an expedition.

Sixth Form is an important part of the school, and our students play an important part in its day-to-day life. They work with the staff to create a welcoming, caring and friendly environment, with many assuming considerable responsibility for the running of different areas of the School's life, in Chapel, Music, Drama, Sport and the social life of the Sixth Form.


International Students

The Sixth Form at Chigwell School is open to students from all around the world, and we welcome warmly the new insights they bring.  For international students joining us in the Sixth Form, Chigwell has developed a unique provision, specially designed to give students new to the country all the support they need to succeed.

Click here for information about what Chigwell can offer international students, and how to apply from overseas.


UCAS & Careers

Chigwell places a great emphasis on preparing our pupils for life after School. The Careers and Universities programme helps to open pupils' minds to the importance and scope of university education and the careers available beyond study. We seek to show pupils the options and possibilities available to them, so advice on university entrance plays a central part in our work, as does the wider careers education programme and regular careers conventions. We aim to ensure that their final decision-making is well informed and reflects their individual strengths and interests. As well as this preparation we also guide students on further reading, related work experience, lectures and in school and at University, taster days and courses, preparation for entrance tests, extended projects, preparation of the application form and interview practice. Uniplus also prepares the Sixth Form students for the practicalities of leaving home and making a real success of their university career.